l pluee the minis and gum in my outside left coat pocket.
I put a rubber band around the stack of postcards and put them in my tcfl inside coat pocket.
I fold an ordinary- postcard in half. The told runs the long way. This creates a reusable sleeve to prevent any dam age to the newspaper article. I put the "Miller Clipper" in the sleeve. I put the sleeve and article in my right inside coat pocket, along with the scissors.
When working without a coat. I place these items on one of the tables on the stage.
I use a banner-making program on my computer to create a banner that lisis the force items. This banner is
II inches tall by 60-70 inches wide, with easy-to-read bold printing. 1 roll up the banner, use a small binder clip (Office Max Vi-inch clip, ¿'210) to hold it closed, and tape one end of the rolled-up banner to the wail behind the stage for the flip chart stand). Of course, I could also make a hand-lettered banner by taping together several pages of 8'/?-by-l 1-ineb paper
When a banner is impractical, I use another method to allow the entire audience to see, at the end of this demon juration, that 1 was successful in influencing people's choices. 1 use the flip chart. Before the show, 1 write the force items on the top three pages of the pad. and then turn these pages over so they can't be seen during the demonstration. This is also fair and very visual.
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